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James R Shaw
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Polynesian Vacations

If you want to visit a tropical paradise but are looking for a unique island destination, consider a Polynesian vacation. Locations like Tahiti have long been overlooked for Hawaii or other more ..
(January 14, 2009)
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Outdoor Toys For Exercise

It seems like almost every week we hear about how our children are overweight and do not get enough exercise. The media paints a picture of children sitting at home every day, watching TV and playing .
(December 13, 2008)
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Pedal Cars For Children

If you have fond memories of the pedal car you had as a child, consider purchasing one for your own children. These cars, with a stylish and classic look, are loved by every generation to play with ..
(November 21, 2008)
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Pedal Car Safety

Today, pedal cars are loved by children and adults alike. Reproduction metal versions are very durable, so they can be passed from generation to generation. Most replicas have been built with safety ..
(November 28, 2008)
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Skateboarding History and Culture

Quick History Skateboarding definitely has its roots in surfing. Surfers wanted to see if they could do on land what they did in the water “surf on land". Skaters would simply stick a piece of ..
(November 07, 2008)
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The History of Pedal Cars

Although pedal cars were quite popular from the 1920's into the 1960's, in fact the first examples were produced much earlier. Their history actually begins at the end of the nineteenth century. ..
(November 14, 2008)
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Hawaiian and Polynesian Tiki Masks History and Meaning

Tiki Masks are carved wooden masks that represent deities or gods from the Hawaiian and Polynesian Culture. They are used as home decor and they also serve various purposes such as warding off evil ..
(July 20, 2008)
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Tiki Care - How to Take Care of Your Tiki Statues Totems and ..

The best quality tiki statues, tiki totems and tiki masks are hand-carved from Acacia wood, otherwise known by its Hawaiian name, Monkey Pod. Monkey pod became popular in the United States after the ..
(June 17, 2008)
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Exotic Tiki Culture

Tiki culture first came into American consciousness in the 1930s, when Texas-born Ernest Raymond Beaumont-Gantt, who had journeyed throughout the South Pacific, opened Don the Beachcomber restaurant ..
(June 21, 2008)
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